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Weekend Recap: Runner's World Half & Festival

I have to admit, I’m still on a bit of a high from the weekend, even though my body feels like it was put through a meat grinder!  766 more words

Half Marathon

Coming Right Up!

Super stoked to have the ability to run this event this weekend.  The Runner’s World (yes the magazine!) Half and Festival in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is this weekend and not only am I running the half, I’m running the Hat Trick! 455 more words


Age Ain't Nothing But A Number

After I posted about my first spectator and racing experiences at the Boston Marathon, my friend Heather — with whom I ran Boston the first time — noted I omitted one of the highlights of the trip: watching the Olympic Trials. 514 more words


Being part of teamASICS for the New York City Marathon has been an incredible journey so far. I’ve made lots of new friends, connected with amazing, inspiring people, and have had my own coach!

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Universal Sports Network Presents the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon LIVE Sunday, October 11

Tatyana McFadden (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES (October 7, 2015) – Universal Sports Network, the year-round destination for Olympic, endurance and action sports programming, presents exclusive national coverage of the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Sunday, October 11 at 8:30 a.m. 358 more words


Flashback : Race recap and training tidbits

Yikes, 5 months without a post!  Only 4 weeks left until Marine Corps Marathon.  I regret not writing as often as I would like but after spring break, the dynamics in my home changed when my husband went out of town for a month for work.   634 more words


Marathon Champ Deena Kastor Feels Sorry For "Misguided" Runners Who Doped In Order To Win

(CBS) — Deena Kastor, Chicago Marathon 2005 Champion, says she feels sorry for the runners who have used performance-enhancing drugs.

“To be successful in life you need to know that it takes one step at a time and to see progress and it is so sad that they don’t believe that their bodies are capable of doing great things without substances to aid them,” Kastor told Josh Liss. 132 more words